Chocolate Peanut Butter Pretzel Truffles
According to dessert mythology, way back in 1895 a Frenchman named Louis Dufour whipped up a batch of ganache, formed them into little bite-sized balls, and rolled them in cocoa powder, thus ushering chocolate truffles into the annals of dessert history.
Education Grant Opportunity
The Forrest E. Mars, Jr. Chocolate History Research Grant is now open! Uncover and share the influence of chocolate on global heritage and culture.
Find Your Perfect Recipe
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Savor the Stories
Chocolate has a global, historical story, but each of us also has a chocolate story. Join AMERICAN HERITAGE Chocolate in celebrating these moments both big and small, across cultures and experiences. Savor the Stories.
Pumpkin Spice Latte
Now that it’s October, we’re embracing the Fall vibes and enjoying our delicious Pumpkin Spice Latte recipe. Check it out!
AMERICAN HERITAGE Chocolate Tasting Squares
Our Tasting Squares are the perfect treat for Halloween festivities. Both delicious and bite-sized. Try them today!
Recent Blog Posts
Each month the AMERICAN HERITAGE Chocolate blog brings food and history together to spark your imagination and ignite a path of culinary discovery. Check us out!